BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) -- It's American Heart Month and CBS 42 is celebrating Heart Week. We're bringing you stories each day on the importance of staying heart healthy, including what to eat to keep your heart going strong.
Fit Five Meals offers healthy options for people around Birmingham and it's all at an affordable price. Founder Paul Shunnarah started the company as a way to help clients at Gauntlet Fitness and nutrition store eat properly.
Customers can plan their week by picking a minimum of four meals for the week. Those are available for pickup on Monday and Thursday at a variety of locations. You can also do a grab and go option from several locations that offer Fit Five Meals.
Some meals on the menu include a steak quinoa bowl, lean philly steak wrap, low carb cheeseburger bowl, and a turkey burger plate. Prices range from $7 to $9, plus $5 for protein muffins. All meals are created with portion control in mind and healthy ingredients.
To find more information about the meals and where you can order them today, click here. You can also get a sneak peek at the menus, sign up for giveaways and follow Fit Five Meals on Facebook and Instagram.
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